DiO.filmy in 2012
Background information
Origin Ukraine
Genres Pop
Years active 2008 - 2015
Labels TALANT Music
Past members Vladimir Dantes
Vadim Oleynik

DiO.filmy (Russian: ДиО.фильмы) was a Ukrainian music band ("Dantes & Oleynik" up to September 2010), established in December 2008. Band members Vladimir Dantes and Vadim Oleynik met and began to work on "Fabrika zvyozd 2" in 2008 and became its winners. Soon, the band recorded a number of popular songs, among them was "Devochka Olya." Until 2014, the producer of the musical group was Natalia Mogilevsky, Director of TALANT Group. In 2014, the band regained its former name "Dantes & Oleynik." A year later, the duo decided to pursue solo careers.



Vladimir Gudkov, better known under the stage name Vladimir Dantes or simply Dantes, was born on June 28, 1988 in Kharkiv. As a child, he dreamed of becoming a policeman. He studied at the Faculty of Economics at the National Technical University in the specialty management organizations. In December 2008, Vladimir became a member of the group "DiO.filmy" (Dantes and Oleynik) along with the second group soloist Vadim Oleynik whom he met and worked on a musical project "Fabrika zvyod 2" in 2008 and became its winners. In June 2012, he participated in the project "Fabrika zvyozd: Protivostoyanie". After the final competition for the "Fabrika Zvyozd" Igor Krutoy was inspired of DiO.filmy's performances and personally offered Dantes and Oleynik a debut at the "Novaya volna". In August 2012, "DiO.filmy" presented their new song "Medlyak" at the Crimea Music Fest. In 2013, Vladimir Dantes became a member of the show reincarnations "Yak dvi krapli." In the spring of 2015 in the channel "PYATNITSA!," a culinary travel-show "Eda, ya lyublyu tebya!" started and one of the stars is Vladimir Dantes.


Vadim Oleynik was born on March 19, 1988 in Kiev. He has one sister named Tanya. In 2011, Vadim Oleynik starred in the mystical series, "Dnevniki Temnogo."


  • 2010 - Мне уже 20 (I am already 20)
  • Devochka Olya
  • Mne uzhe 20
  • Rington
  • Ty v proshlom
  • Ty zrya emu dala
  • Otkrytaya rana
  • Otkrytaya rana (Punk Forever Version)
  • Medlyak
  • Devushka druga
  • Naoborot
  • Mozhna vipiti
  • Moya Maya

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